SU approves award of degrees to 17 MPhil, PhD scholars


The management of University of Sindh Thursday approved to award degrees in various disciplines to 17 MPhil and PhD research scholars after considering the reports of experts and fulfillment of all requirements.
The approval was accorded in 113th meeting of the Advanced Studies and Research Board, which was presided over by Acting Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Parveen Shah here. The meeting which approved to award six PhD Degrees to scholars Ikram-ul-Haq Rajput and Muhammad Rafiq in Biotechnology, Maherunissa Panhwar in Geography, Zaib-un-Nisa Memon in Zoology, Ghulam Ali Jareko in Development Studies, Wakil Ahmed in Islamic Culture and Abdul Aziz Mastoi in Chemistry.
The meeting also approved to award M.Phil degrees to research scholars Syeda Asma Omer in Botany, Haseena Begum Kalhoro in Environmental Sciences, Dil Nawaz Hakro in Information Technology, Shaheen Shah in Physical Chemistry, Muhammad Aslam Brohi in Pakistan Study, Fouzia Nazeer Solangi, Huma Wagan, Muhammad Ibraheem Magsi, Javaid Ahmed Baloch, Nasratullah Baloch and Haseena Saund in Zoology.
The award of degrees to each MPhil and PhD research scholar was decided in light of reports of experts and examiners presented by Deans of the Faculties concerned.
The meeting was attended by Pro Vice Chancellors Dr Rafia Ahmed Shaikh, Dr. Anwar Ali Shah, Dr. Imdad Ali Ismaili, Deans Dr Muhammad Tahir Rajput, Dr Abida Tahrani, Dr Abdullah Dayo, Jhamat Jethanand, Dr Noor Afroz Khowaja, Dr Anwar Ali Khan Pathan, Dr Noor Muhammad Jamali, nominated members of the Board Dr Muhammad Siddique Kalhoro and Dr Raja Muhammad Ilyas, Advisor Planning and Development Dr Sarfraz Husain Solangi, Acting Dean Research Dr Parveez Pathan and Controller of Examinations Muhammad Nawaz Narejo.
SU ANNOUNCES RESULT OF BA PART-II EXAM: The Controller of Examinations (Annual) University of Sindh Thursday announced the result of BA Pass Part-II Annual Examination 2011.
According to announcement, a total of 11,570 candidates appeared in the examination out of which 9511 candidates have been declared successful while 1415 candidates failed in different subjects.
A total of 705 candidates secured first class marks in the examination, while 8465 candidates succeeded in securing second class marks and 341 candidates have been declared passed in the examination with third class marks.